Question about Dryers
The problem most likely is the thermal cut-off . This is the small t-stat lookin piece , located on the upper portion of the element housing . You can unplug the dryer , remove the 2 wires , connect them togather , plug the dryer back in , to test . If the dryer then heats , replace the thermal cut-off . If still no heat , then possible bad element . Also see
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